Low-Speed Buffet: High-Altitude, Transonic Training Weakness Continues

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Almost all of us began our flying careers with a ground school in which we were introduced to the concept of aerodynamics using simplified versions of Bernoulli’s principle over a thick “Clark Y” airfoil. And we were told an airfoil always stalls at the same angle of attack (AOA) regardless of the...

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